Concepts for Care: 20 Essays on Infant/Toddler Development and Learning

Edited by J. Ronald Lally, Peter Mangione, Deborah Greenwald

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Description

Leading experts in infant/toddler development have contributed succinct essays drawn from research, theory, clinical case studies, and carefully documented practice.

Each essay represents current thinking in the field of infant/toddler development and care.

Individually and as a collection, the essays provide a springboard for reflection, discussion, and further exploration, especially for infant/toddler professionals seeking to enhance their programs and for students in the field of early care and education.

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Resource Details

Product Information

ISBN: 978-0-914409-39-7
Copyright: 2006
Format: Trade Paper
Pages: 137
Publisher: WestEd

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